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Уличные артисты. Акробаты и канатоходцы. 17-19 век.


London. 1688

Print made by Jean Henri Marlet



------------------------Акробаты и канатоходцы------------------------------
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Print made by Stefano della Bella
Five groups of acrobats; one group in each corner and one in centre, each group containing twelve acrobats, all in different formations to create human pyramids, and holding burning torches aloft. 1652


Print made by Stefano della Bella
Five groups of acrobats; one group in each corner and one in centre, each group containing twelve acrobats, all in different formations to create human pyramids, and holding burning torches aloft. 1652
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Print made by Romeyn de Hooghe
Date
1689
Dutch broadside satirising Louis XIV and James II at the end of the war of the Grand Alliance


-------------The Cryes of the City of London---------
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The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life / The famous Dutch woman
Marcellus Laroon II (After); Pierce Tempest (Published by)
A female acrobat hanging on a rope with her right leg lifted, a clown below at right points up to her with tongue hanging out of his mouth; from bound series of the Cries of London. 1688


The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life / The Famous Dutch Woman
Female acrobat balancing on a rope; from the 'Cries of London' series
Etching
Marcellus Laroon II (After); Pierce Tempest (Published by)
1688



After Louis Philippe Boitard
After Marcellus Laroon II
1688-1821
Plate 15; a female acrobat balancing on a wire, with pole in hand; from late series of the Cries of London


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Pulcinella with Acrobats, c.1793
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
(b. 1727, Venezia, d. 1804, Venezia)


Print made by Jean Baptiste Guyard I
After Quentin Metsys
Interior of a Flemish inn, with several peasants watching a young boy performing acrobatics. c.1777/92

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Print made by William Shaftoe
1740 (circa)
Dr Rock in Covent Garden. Description to follow.
Etching and engraving



Drawn by James Roberts II
A tightrope dancer, Kew Gardens; river seen through an elaborate arch with sculptured figures on either side, across the arch a tightrope with seated dancer. 1799
Brush drawing in grey ink, with watercolour; on two conjoined sheets

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----------------------Канатоходцы-Гойя--------------------------
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Print made by Francisco Goya man balancing on threadbare tight rope, crowd below; from a disbound album of first edition impressions, 1863. 1812-20




Print made by Francisco Goya
Los Proverbios / Bailando en una cuerda floja (Dancing on a slack rope, i.e. skating on thin ice) / Disparate punctual (Punctual folly)



Printed by A Chape
1850s
Portrait of Jules Leotard, standing and looking to front, his right arm reaching up to grasp a trapeze; he wears fringed trunks with a matching collar and wrist band.



The Acrobats Camp, Epsom Downs
William Parrott
(British, 1813-1875)


Print made by Jean Henri Marlet
Tableaux de Paris / Les sauteurs en face les Variétés
The acrobats opposite the Variétés theatre: a couple of passerbyes observes the performance of three acrobats; on the right, three figures playing music, and a standing man; in the background, facade of the Théâtre des Variétés. c.1820/24

1820
An open-air performance in Paris. An acrobat stands on his head on a table, while a man seated on a tree-stump fiddles and a boy dance


1846


Pavel Šimon: "Rope-walker".

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Three street performers, probably acrobats. Water-colour and mounted on paper; also on ribbon. Signed with initials.



19thC







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